New Brunswick National Parks Canada
New Brunswick National Parks Canada

National Parks of New Brunswick, Canada

Truly Canadian
New Brunswick's first National Park was established in 1948 with Fundy National Park.

Later, the province opened its second national park with Kouchibouguac National Park.

Besides national parks the province features many Provincial Parks as well as Municipal Parks.
The Fundy Trail - St. Martins - Photo Credit: Tourism New Brunswick

Fundy National Park
Fundy National Park is a 206 sq km park containing exhibits, self-guided trails, picnic areas and scenic viewpoints. The park is home to the world’s highest tides. Enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the Bay of Fundy; coastal cliffs and rolling forested hills.

Further information on Fundy National Park

Kouchibouguac National Park
Kouchibouguac National Park is situated on New Brunswick’s central eastern shore offering a blend of sand dunes, salt marshes, rivers, forests and fields where you can pitch your tent and enjoy endless stretches of beaches and cycling trails. Kouchibouguac boasts the warmest salt water north of Virginia.

Further information on Kouchibouguac National Park

More National Parks of other provinces

Alberta   Alberta National Parks

British Columbia   British Columbia National Parks

Manitoba   Manitoba National Parks

New Brunswick   New Brunswick National Parks

Newfoundland & Labrador   Newfoundland & Labrador National Parks

Nova Scotia   Nova Scotia National Parks

Ontario   Ontario National Parks

Prince Edward Island   Prince Edward Island National Parks

Quebec   Quebec National Parks

Saskatchewan   Saskatchewan National Parks

Yukon Territory   Yukon Territory National Parks


Further information can also be obtained in our Provincial Travel Guides
Alberta British Columbia Manitoba New Brunswick Newfoundland & Labrador
Nova Scotia Ontario Prince Edward Island Québec Saskatchewan
Yukon Territory        

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